How do I submit my NY Roster?

How do I submit my NY Roster?

To submit a NY Roster, please follow the below steps: Download theNew York Class Roster Spreadsheet here: https://shop.ncbtmb.org/formstools/ Login to your account on www.ncbtmb.org Once logged in, click “Additional Forms” from the Quick Links menu (on the left of your dashboard) Click on “NY Sponsor Class Roster Submission Form” Upload the completed spreadsheet and submit…

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How much can/should an Approved CE Provider charge for their courses?

The fees Approved Providers can or should charge for their CE courses are at the sole discretion of the AP. While NCBTMB does not make any rules or guidelines on this matter, here are a few suggestions when setting your class rates. Geographical and Facility Location: The geographical location can influence the cost of holding the…

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How do I apply to take the MTAC?

Once you have logged into your account you can click on the “MTAC Application” link on the left hand side of your dashboard.  If you do not have an account with NCBTMB yet, you will need to register and create a new account. If you are already logged into your account apply here. To register…

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How can I be sure the courses I submit with Renewal will be accepted?

When submitting CE courses toward your Board Renewal, keep in mind the following: All courses must be completed within your eligible two-year Renewal period All courses must be through an NCBTMB Approved Provider or accredited college or university The course itself must be approved by NCBTMB (the AP being approved is not enough; check with…

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How do I complete a new Approved Provider application?

The application process to become an Approved Provider is completed entirely online. To complete the Approved Provider application: Login or create an account on www.ncbtmb.org (if you already have an account with NCB, please use that account; do not create another one) Once logged in, click on “Initial Applications” from the Quick Links Menu on…

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Do I have to want to become Board Certified to take the MTAC?

No. MTAC is entirely voluntary (unless part of your school’s curriculum) and simply an assessment created to help candidates identify areas of strength and weakness. If you change you mind about Board Certification or wish to utilize your MTAC results in some other beneficial way, it is completely up to you. Your results are yours…

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